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Fairy Tales

SUBMITTED BY: Joe Guzman

SUGGESTED TOPIC: 2-7: We are good friends

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DATE ADDED: Dec 12, 2013

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BRIEF OUTLINE: This is a VERY basic activity based on pantomine. All you need are some acting skills, the more dramatic the better.

 

MATERIALS NEEDED:

  • None, though pictures of fairy tale characters are helpful.

 

DETAILED EXPLANATION:

  1. Once you've gone through the fairy tales on pp. 26-27, simply act out well-known scenes from various tales; including simple dialogue can also help. Some examples:
  2. Aladdin: pretend to rub a lamp, make a whooshing sound, then assume an imperial pose with your arms crossed.
  3. The Three Bears: act out and say the scenes where Goldilocks tastes the porridge, sits in the chairs, and lays on the beds.
  4. Rapunzel: pretend to brush your long hair (especially entertaining if, like me, you shave your head), switch roles and say "let down your hair" (don't say her name), switch again and throw down your hair, switch once more and pretend to climb.
  5. Jack and the Beanstalk: pretend to have some beans ("look, some beans"), throw them on the ground, then act surprised while watching them grow, and pretend to climb
  6. Alice in Wonderland: say "look, a white rabbit", then pretend to follow it and fall down the hole.
  7. Pinocchio: say "I'll never tell a lie", then act surprised while stroking your imaginary newly long nose.
  8. The Frog Prince: act out both parts where the princess kisses the frog and he transforms into the prince.
     

VARIATIONS:

  • You could have the students act out some of them, though I recommend picking them out beforehand and making sure they know what to do, especially if you want them to speak. Don't be afraid of having some of the better students act out Japanese fairy tales.

 

TIPS/CAUTIONS:

  • Obviously, not all the students will know all of these, but I was amazed at how many they did know. (Between the 30-odd students in each class, they did know them all.) Anyone who wants to add their own ideas and other tales would be appreciated.

概要: HERE

 

必要な教材

  • 上の「Materials Needed」に見てください。

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